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4l80e has the bolt-on yoke. my driveshaft has the slip on yoke

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4l80e has the bolt-on yoke. my driveshaft has the slip on yoke

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Old 04-01-2013, 12:02 AM
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A slip yoke will work unless you have some kind of oddball tranny that we've never heard of. My 4l80e had a bolt on yoke and I took it off and have a slip yoke.
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It does go on. Thanks fellas. Just got to change the rear seal. And add fluids. Still removing the old tranny.
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Good, glad it fits.

Good old GM interchangeability

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I need a bolt on 4L80E bolt on yoke. What are you going to do with the one to took off?
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Originally Posted by dgraham View Post
I need a bolt on 4L80E bolt on yoke. What are you going to do with the one to took off?
there's a pretty good chance that in the 4 years since he made the thread, that he has found a place for that bolt-on yoke
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